Jesse Schell was one of the first developers to recognize the power of serious games when he founded his company, Schell Games, back in 2002. Today, it employs over 100 people, and works on some of the most interesting serious games around, right alongside its other original, purely entertainment based, titles.
The voting is finally complete. Come see what games earned a coveted GiN Game of the Year award in each category following an incredibly heated battle where thousands of gamers let their choices be known. Did the best games win? Find out right now!
Eight amazing game industry professionals were honored today at the London Games Festival’s first Ensemble showcase event. The group included longtime Gameindustry.com journalist Chella Ramanan. All eight artists honored for their contributions to the game industry will have their portraits hung in a featured gallery throughout the show.
Thousands of you nominated games worthy of the Game of the Year crown. We counted them all, and now present you with your choices for the top games of the year in various categories. Vote for your favorites, and may the best game win!
Over one hundred thought leaders in the burgeoning serious games market will be attending and speaking at the 2018 Serious Play Conference in Washington, D.C. this July. The show will include a five-year forecast showcasing where this part of the game industry is headed.
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It’s awards season once again! And that means it’s time for the academy, that’s all of you dear readers, to select the games that you think deserve Game of the Year nominations. Let us know which titles deserve to compete for the big prize, and may the best games win!
The Black Panther Panel at Baltimore Comic-Con was one of the most thrilling, giving fans a behind the scenes look at the popular cat-centric comic, explaining how the artists try to keep western influences out of the story, and what to expect from the upcoming feature film.
Making a successful comic or graphic novel requires one key element that is often overlooked, and it’s not the artwork. That’s important, but so is being able to tell a remarkable story. Baltimore Comic-Con had a whole track of panels devoted to storytelling, told by those who know how to spin a great yarn.
Fans at the Baltimore Comic-Con packed in to hear all about Gotham from show stars David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne) and Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth). It was an endearing and heartfelt panel that was one of the best of the show.